Titan Controls Product Documents
The 8 light controller operates up to 8000 Watts of grow lights in your garden. It features heavy-duty definite purpose contactors, dual trigger cord sets that give you the flexibility to stagger lighting schedules or delay starting times via an external wall timer, and universal outlets that allow the use of 120 Volt or 240 Volt cord sets. The controller is housed in a rust, dust, and moisture-proof enclosure. 50 Amps input power/40 Amps output power/240 Volts/60 Hz./8000 Watts.
Product Usage Diagram:
- Operates up to eight 1000 watt grow lights
- Two heavy duty definite purpose industrial power relays
- Dual trigger cord sets to activate grow lights via external 24 hour timers
- Universal outlets that allow the use of 120 Volt OR 240 Volt cord sets
- Dust, rust & moisture resistant chassis
- 50 Amp input power / 40 Amp output power
- Made in the USA!
- 240 Volt - 60 Hz.
- 1 year warranty
- Tech Specs
Brand Titan Controls SKU HGC702899 Weight (lb.) 7.5 Length (in.) 13.8 Prop 65 No Width (in.) 11.2 Height (in.) 6.2 Warranty 1 Year Lead Time This product ships in 7-10 Business Days UPC 849969007237 UL Listed No Number of Lights Controlled 8 Has Photocell No Voltage 240 Volts Amps 50 in/40 out Exact Watts 8000 Frequency 60 hz
Titan Controls - Spartan Series 8 Light Controller - 240 Volt Videos
- Product Q&A
Titan Controls - Spartan Series 8 Light Controller - 240 Volt Questions & AnswersQ = What are the 'trigger cords' for? A = The 'trigger cords' activate and deactivate your light bank. It uses a standard 120 Volt circuit to open and close the high power relay inside the Spartan 8 light controller. When the trigger cords activate the relay, you will hear a 'thunk' sound. This is the relay turning ON your light bank. When the trigger cords defeat the 120 Volt power to the relay, you will hear the 'thunk' sound again and your lights will be OFF. To operate your light bank, plug the 'trigger cords' into a 120 Volt 24 hour appliance timer (we suggest Apollo 8 or Apollo 9 120V timers) and set your required lighting schedule (normally 18 hours in vegatative stage and 12 hours in flowering stage). Your grow lights will operate based on the ON/OFF settings on the 24 hour timer. Two trigger cords allow the grower to stagger light ON times or have two separate timing schedules. See application diagram for more information.